The University of Nevada, Reno IT department is managed by Bird Vilseck, who is in charge of nine departments:
Jeff Springer, Manager
Secures University and School of Medicine wired and wireless networks, firewalls and University owned and managed computer equipment.
Tracy Williams, Manager
A group of application specialists and programmers supporting custom designed and third-party applications throughout the University.
Lisa Saichompoo, Manager
Handling database administration for the SQL, Oracle, and WebCampus servers, warehouse critical University information, and support Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S).
Shawn Franklin, Manager
Manages and monitors the campus networking infrastructure including copper and fiber cable, switching and routing. They coordinate the installation of network wiring supporting data and voice.
Mike Nicks, Manager
Group manages the central servers for files, web, backup, and application services on a combination of Windows and UNIX servers.
Scott Crow, Manager
This departments oversees telecom, e-mail and messaging services for the campus, including phone equipment in University buildings.
Tina Lundstrom, Manager
User Services is composed of Global Support, Desktop Services and the System Administrators group.
Robert Anderson, Manager
Providing technical support to all students, faculty and staff via the Help Desk (in-person and over the phone), and for all general areas of IT that are universal to users regardless of their department.
Brad Johnson, Manager
Providing departmental-level technology support. Located throughout campus, SysAdmins are responsible for specific applications, servers, and project level support.
Ken Hull, Manager
Desktop Services provides support to the administrative and academic departments across campus where specialized systems administration is not required.
Ben Gallagher, Online Support Specialist
Online Support develops and maintains the IT website, blog and work order system, as well as other resources and tools to assist the IT department provide effective support and communication for the members of the University.
Michael Bakker, Project Manager
Group of application developers, business analysts, system administrators and database administrators responsible for the iNtegrate Project implementation at UNR. As part of the iNtegrate Project, the team (with input and cooperation from SCS, IT and the user community) will implement the following modules within the PeopleSoft Campus Solutions product: Recruiting and Admissions, Student Records, Academic Advising, Financial Aid and Student Financials.
Tom Miller, Assistant Director IT, Medicine
Providing HIPAA-compliant Computer and Networking support to medical departments and clinics statewide.